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FM 1-108
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, DC, 3 November 1993

FM 1-108

DOCTRINE FOR ARMY SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION FORCES


Table of Contents


  1. PREFACE

  2. CHAPTER 1 GENERAL

    1. THE OPERATIONAL CONTINUUM
    2. SPECIAL OPERATIONS
    3. SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES
    4. EMPLOYMENT
    5. BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATION
    6. MISSION, TASKS, AND OPERATIONAL EXAMPLES

  3. CHAPTER 2 COMMAND AND CONTROL

    1. OVERVIEW
    2. UNIFIED COMMAND
    3. JOINT AND THEATER COMMAND STRUCTURE
    4. ARMY SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION
    5. ARMY COMPONENT COMMAND
    6. AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT DURING OPERATIONS OTHER THAN WAR

  4. CHAPTER 3 EMPLOYMENT

    1. NATURE OF ARSOA UNITS
    2. AIRLAND OPERATIONS
    3. CAPABILITIES AND LIMITATIONS
    4. SUPPORT FOR SPECIAL OPERATIONS MISSIONS
    5. AIRLIFT SUPPORT TECHNIQUES
    6. MISSION PLANNING

  5. CHAPTER 4 COMBAT SUPPORT

    1. FIRE SUPPORT
    2. SUPPRESSION OF ENEMY AIR DEFENSE AND JOINT SUPPRESSION OFENEMY AIR DEFENSE
    3. AIR DEFENSE
    4. ATTACK HELICOPTERS
    5. INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
    6. COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
    7. WEATHER SUPPORT
    8. EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT
    9. OTHER SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS

  6. CHAPTER 5 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT

    1. LOGISTICS CAPABILITY
    2. SPECIAL OPERATIONS SUPPORT BATTALION

  7. APPENDIX A RISK MANAGEMENT

  8. APPENDIX B OPERATIONS ORDERS AND AIRCREW MISSION BRIEFINGS AND DEBRIEFINGS

  9. APPENDIX C CAPABILITIES OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS AIRCRAFT

  10. APPENDIX D SPECIAL OPERATIONS MISSION PLANNING FOLDER

  11. APPENDIX E BASING SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION IN THEATER

  12. GLOSSARY

  13. REFERENCES

  14. INDEX




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